No. 58 July 2018
Kathryn Ferry investigates the story of one of the great Victorian pier designers, born 1818.
Our chairman, Prof Hilary Grainger, considers the identity of the Vic Soc after six decades.
Matthew Wells on understanding Victorian architectural models.
Harriet Lawrence says it is time to support the cause of endangered Victorian buildings.
Michael Hall on the late Gavin Stamp: one of the Victorian Society's greatest champions.
Moses Jenkins gives advice on the repair of approach steps.
An update on the Society's recent casework
Nonconformist Chapels, The Victorian Church, Pre-Raphaelite Stained Glass and the new Pevsner for Yorkshire West Riding.
Thomas Hardy's architectural imagination, the Kelmscott Manor project and learning from the past.
Joe Holyoak reports on the final phase of restoration of a listed library and bath complex, now a mosque.